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After placing first in All-Around and Balance Beam, second in Vault and Floor, and third in Uneven Bars at the MHSAA's gymnastics regionals, Katharine Fabian was named the Division I All-Around Gymnastics Champion for Region 4. Coach Allyson Pfeifer said Katie "is the greatest comeback story in my experience ... At last year's championship meet, I had to carry her off the floor with a broken ankle ... She and I had a plan from the season's start and with all her hard work, it actually paid off."

 

Meritor, Inc. presented a $10,000 grant to ASH to enhance the robotics curriculum. Last year, ASH introduced a robotics requirement for all ninth-graders, providing students with an early exposure to engineering and programming. Initially, an average of four students worked on a single robot. Using the grant from Meritor, the school purchased 11 VEX robotic kits, improving the student-to-robot ratio to 2:1. Read more
The Academy of the Sacred Heart's "Summer at Sacred Heart" program is currently enrolling students for day camps, sports camps, tutoring and extended care to take place between June 8 and August 14. Learn more and register or read press release.
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